What Every Body is Saying (WEBS) is an analytical study guide that can be of particular value to readers with a personal or professional interest in the interpretation and use of non-verbal communication, posture and body language. Such a readership may include law enforcement, sales and marketing, corporate negotiators, and those who wish to develop their interpersonal communications skills. WEBS’s informal narrative style and ease of comprehension also make this publication suitable for a wider general audience.
Viking Art (VA) is in effect both a detailed timeline for the development of Viking craft, and an introductory guide for how the changes in European culture during the Viking period (8th to 11th Century) affected its design and presentation. Due to VA’s abundance of high quality colour photos, diagrams and etchings the publication is also a suitable illustrative resource for artists, jewelers, and designers with an interest in this period.
New Headway is an ESL exercise / text book orientated towards students who are studying English as a second or foreign language at an elementary level. New Headway is of particular value to students who wish to study English for communication purposes with the aim of using English in their future travels. Although New Headway is aimed towards a young readership (Primary / High school language students), the publication is of value to older students as well.
Active Grammar – Level 1 (AG-L1) is aimed towards ESL (English as a Second Language) students who have a Beginner, or Elementary, level of English skills and who in the teenage to adult age range. AG-L1 is suitable for ESL students who are either studying in a classroom environment, or who are studying in their own time outside of their formal teaching. The main purpose of AG-L1 is to prepare students for the Cambridge KET and PET exams. However, this text book is also suitable for general English study as it examines a wide range of grammar points along with multiple topics and subjects.
Smaug Unleashing the Dragon (SUD) is intended for a diverse gathering of readers who share common interests. Such reader groups include those who have an interest in JRR Tolkien’s The Hobbit or its film adaptation, or in computer animation for film, or in graphic art and concept design (for dragons). The latter reader group is of particular importance as SUD covers the creation and development of a creature character called Smaug, and also Smaug’s appearance in the second installment of the Hobbit film trilogy.